The World Anti-Doping Agency has opened compliance proceedings against the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) over what it said were inconsistencies in data supplied to WADA in January, WADA said yesterday.
Russian high jumper Maria Lasitskene has taken the rare step of publicly criticizing her country’s suspended athletics federation for what she says is a lack of progress toward reinstatement four years into a doping scandal.
World athletics governing body IAAF said yesterday it had decided not to lift a ban on Russia’s athletics federation over doping, saying it was still waiting to receive data collected from Moscow and financial compensation for its investigations.
WADA executive committee to take up a recommendation on January 22 regarding Russia’s failure to turn over data.
Britain accuses Russian military intelligence of directing a host of cyber attacks.
Reedie is offended by allegations that WADA put money above clean sport.
World Anti-Doping Agency vice-president will oppose a proposal to reinstate RUSADA.
The IOC has expressed concern over potential integrity issues with new security bottles used in doping controls.
Russian investigators accused a whistleblower who has spoken out about Moscow’s doping cover-up at the Sochi Winter Olympics.
The World Anti-Doping Agency urges Russia to stop shifting blame for its doping scandals.